Hamburg is a delightful port city in northern Germany with a lot of amazing attractions, breezy weather and delicious sea food. Hamburg is perfect for a city break and it is definitely a capital of modern lifestyle. From design hotels to hip restaurants you can find everything to enjoy your travel.
Like many places in Germany, Hamburg is also going through a craft beer revolution so your first stop should be a genuine brewhouse. You will find tons of traditional and modern beer gardens around the city to suit your taste. What is better than quality beers and a tasty organic hamburger?
As a busy port Hamburg is located on the Elbe river, so the harbour culture is massive. You can take boat tours, sunbathe, have a drink at the river, and enjoy the best seafood ever. If you are a real gourmand, then you should go for some fresh delights to the local fish market.
If you are out for excellent European culture, then visiting Kunsthalle is an absolute must, since it houses Europe’s largest art collection. The recently renovated massive art complex displays various masterpieces from Picasso to Paul Klee.
Follow the trends: Sternschanze is the bohemian quarter of Hamburg, where you can find many cool cafés and shops. On Saturdays you can find the biggest flea market of the city there with some real treasures. From crystal chandeliers, vintage clothes, books and ancient furniture get ready to be amazed by this unique flea market spirit.
The new Town Hall was inaugurated in 1897, the previous building burned to the ground together with a smaller part of the city centre in 1842. The highlight of the Town Hall is the spectacularly decorated façade with 20 statues of emperors. The tower of the town hall is 112 meters high.
The name of the park comes from the local dialect, which means "plants and flowers". On its site, there is a botanical garden, a planetarium and the largest Japanese Garden in Europe. The park is a wonderful destination for families, romantic couples and those, who are seeking relaxation. The main attractions are light and water shows, combined with musical performances. The park is open all year round and there is no entrance fee.
It is the most popular church in Hamburg, the locals also call it as "Michel". The structure was built in Baroque style. The symbol of the city is the 132-m high bell tower, where the famous trumpeter of the church plays a trumpet solo twice a day. It also boasts the largest church clock in the country, it is eight metres in diameter.
Time ZoneCentral European Time (CET)
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